A Directory Resource of Flea Markets, Farmers Markets, Antique Stores and Swap Shops across the country. If you are a bargain shopper, treasure hunter or vacationer, this is a great website for you. All the Markets are organized by state, for your convenience.


Flea Markets America is dedicated to the Marketing and Advertising of Flea Markets, Swap Shops, Trade Days, and Arts & Crafts dealers nationally. Our Marketing, Technical and Sales Teams provide professional internet marketing for your business to enhance your exposure in a very competitive and volatile market place.


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Connecticut New York
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District of Columbia North Dakota
Florida Ohio
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Hawaii Oregon
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Illinois Rhode Island
Indiana South Carolina
Iowa South Dakota
Kansas Tennessee
Kentucky Texas
Louisiana Utah
Maine Vermont
Maryland Virginia
Massachusetts Washington
Michigan West Virginia
Minnesota Wisconsin
Mississippi Wyoming
Missouri Canada

The Evolution of Flea Markets – Flea markets made their way to America in the 1870s. One of the earliest, Monday Trade Days, took place in Canton, Texas and began as a way to buy and sell horses. It later evolved to a place where people could bring their own things that they wish to deal. Soon, open-air markets were utilized to buy, sell, and trade goods.

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